Apple's UK users deserve app price compensation By Sun Online Desk | Last Updated: 11th May, 2021, 14:17

Organisers are aiming to include nearly 20 million UK users in the collective action, if it is approved

Apple's UK users deserve app price compensation

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The test flight represents a major win for the hard-charging company, which eventually wants to carry crew inside Starship for missions to Mars


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Apple boss Tim Cook will be giving evidence, the first time he's given testimony at a trial


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Also at stake will be Apple’s slice of revenue from iPhone apps, as much as 30 percent


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The case is looking specifically at how its App Store policies affect music streaming


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The two Silicon Valley giants reported profits that essentially doubled, with Apple earning more than $23.6 billion and Facebook some $9.5 billion in the first three months of the year


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US Covid-19 guidance: Fully vaccinated people do not need masks outside US relaxes guidance on masks outdoors

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Ingenuity then came back to its take-off spot, for a total flight time of 80 seconds


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The rocket was used last November on the company’s second astronaut flight


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That time Ingenuity rose to a height of 10 feet and then touched down after 39.1 seconds


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